view of naples italy and mount vesuvius
Front View of Apartment Buildings in Naples with Clothes Hanging From Balconies
Plate of Napolese Style Pizza on a Checkered Tablecloth
Street in Naples with the Ocean Beyond
Theatre with Red Chairs and Galleries Overlooking a Stage

Naples Travel Guide

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Historic Landmarks
Churches & Monasteries
Museums & Galleries

Gritty and chaotic Naples calls to travelers who want to experience the real Italy. Pressed along the coast of Campania, hilly Naples is jammed with maze-like streets, strung with outdoor clotheslines, descending toward the sea below. A much deserved UNESCO World Heritage site, urban life is embedded among old architecture, churches, and buildings. As you navigate the city, you’ll find yourself immersed by its culture and history. You can easily occupy a full day gazing at churches like the Naples Cathedral, San Francesco di Paola, and Cappella Sansevero. Each has its own special vibe and something unique to offer. There are also castles, catacombs, and museums, a uniquely Neapolitan smorgasbord of religious and historical significance.
Not far from Naples — less than an hour by train — is the town of Pompeii, famously left in ruins by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius nearly two millennia ago. Today you can explore the ruins, which form an eerie snapshot of life as it existed when the volcano erupted. Mount Vesuvius itself still lurks out in the Bay of Naples, a forboding ode to the power of nature. Shopping, in keeping with Italian tradition, is a popular pastime here. The tailors of Naples have been renowned the world over for centuries, and the city is full of stalls and markets where high-quality souvenirs can be found at friendly prices. But perhaps Naples’ greatest offering is its cuisine. Some of the best pizza in the world can be found here — just don’t ask for a Hawaiian. After you dine out in one of the city’s myriads of restaurants, Naples’ nightlife is a booming industry, with plenty of bars and clubs to relax and live it up into the early hours.
Naples combines the hustle and bustle of a thriving city with a long and illustrious history. There is a strong and proud identity here, and no shortage of things to do, sights to see, and lessons to learn.

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Must See Attractions in Naples
The Veiled Christ by Sanmartino
The Veiled Christ
Churches & Monasteries
Walls of a Castle in Saint Elmo
Castel Sant’Elmo
Castles & Chateaux
Interior of Teatro San Carlo Opera House in Naples
Teatro di San Carlo
Music & Theater
A Carving of Ancient Figures at Naples Archaeological Museum
Archaeological Museum
Museums & Galleries
A Nativity Scene in San Gregorio Italy
Via San Gregorio Armeno
The Museum of Capodimonte in Naples Italy
National Museum of Capodimonte
Museums & Galleries
Optional Day Trips from Naples
Ruins in Pompeii with Mount Vesuvius Behind Them
Historic Landmarks
A Fresco in the Herculaneum in Naples
Historic Landmarks
Houses on a Hillside by the Sea on the Amalfi Coast
Amalfi Coast
Natural Beauty
Rocky Arch and Cliffs Overlooking Sea on the Island of Capri
Hiking, Biking & Kayaking
View of Naples with Mount Vesuvius in the Backdrop
Mount Vesuvius
Hiking, Biking & Kayaking
A Statue in a Water Garden at the Royal Palace in Caserta
Castles & Chateaux
Stairs Leading to the Abbey of Montecassino
Monte Cassino
Churches & Monasteries
Houses on a Cliff Near Coastal Road in Salerno Italy
An Island at the End of a Causeway in Ischia
Natural Beauty

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